Plant-based food is on the way up.
Just like sushi in the 80s, which went from a single restaurant in Oslo to a favourite for many people, plant-based food is being applauded the world around for it’s healthy, sustainable and environmentally-friendly appeal.
The city of Barcelona boasts some of the most incredible plant-based food in Spain. Combine these gastronomic wonders with visits to local organic producers, farm-to-table eateries, and a guided tour of the local food markets with an A2D expert. Meet local chefs, producers and innovators in the food and supermarket industries, and inspire your teams to a new level.Take a look at 4 inspiring and innovative options.
Awarded the “Best Vegetables Restaurant of the World” in 2018, this cosy and intimate space serves up Michelin-star worthy dishes made from healthy, organic and local products, in accordance with its Healthy Kitchen motto: “a balance between the pleasure of ingestion and the well-being of digestion”.
Woki Organic Market
In the very heart of Barcelona, Woki Organic Market is an ecological restaurant inside a market where you can buy and eat 100% organic products. The menu offers many delicious vegetarian and vegan options including burgers, pasta, and homemade dishes.
Flax & Kale Passage
The brainchild of Teresa Carles, the original pioneer behind Spain’s vegetarian restaurants, this innovative ‘flexitarian’ restaurant (80% vegetarian) is the flagship of the Flax & Kale brand, serving up gluten-free healthy pizzas, Asian-Mediterranean fusion cuisine, and even its own Kombucha lab.
A vegetarian bistro tucked away in the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, Rasoterra offers slow food made with 100% plant-based, seasonal and local products, with plenty of imaginative and delicious options to share.